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Executed a hard first to second shift yesterday and felt/heard a loud thump from under center of car. Began driving normal with no further noises. Could this have been the two-piece driveshaft doing the watusi?:redface:
 

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could be..might be why some replace with a 1 piece. also could be pinion slop.
 

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tmose1 said:
Executed a hard first to second shift yesterday and felt/heard a loud thump from under center of car. Began driving normal with no further noises. Could this have been the two-piece driveshaft doing the watusi?:redface:
maybe just the clutch engaging after the hard shift?
 

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tmose1 said:
Executed a hard first to second shift yesterday and felt/heard a loud thump from under center of car. Began driving normal with no further noises. Could this have been the two-piece driveshaft doing the watusi?:redface:
"Wah, ah wah tusi. C'mon and take a chance and do the dance of romance" :hyper:
 

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More than likely a non issue.You should hear the BANG! I get when I do the same thing in my GT500:eek: These are noisy cars no doubt.There seems to be a lot of stuff to tighten up after a shift,Especially a hard one.The first time I heard the noise I thought the rear end was going to fall out.:lol:
 

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More than likely a non issue.You should hear the BANG! I get when I do the same thing in my GT500:eek: These are noisy cars no doubt.There seems to be a lot of stuff to tighten up after a shift,Especially a hard one.The first time I heard the noise I thought the rear end was going to fall out.:lol:
This Guy is Not Kidding !!!!!!!!!!!


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